Announcing GMO Sign – The Platform for All Your Trusted Signature Needs

Announcing GMO Sign – The Platform for All Your Trusted Signature Needs

Announcing GMO Sign – The Platform for All Your Trusted Signature Needs

In 2017, we brought you digital signatures directly to you that you could trust.

And sign you did. To date, over 37 million secure signatures have been applied using our Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology.

Now, we’re taking our Digital Signing Service (DSS) to the next level.

GMO Sign is the new document workflow solution from GlobalSign. We are proud to be the first global Certificate Authority (CA) to offer affordable, trusted digital and electronic signatures in one platform, no integration required.


Beyond digital signatures

Document signing has been around, well, since the beginning of “history” by way of writing systems but the concept of signing has evolved alongside technology. In order to verify the information is correct, or give your stamp of approval, you usually sign. Herein lies the problem. The signature needs to prove who signed it and when, something that even a wet ink signature doesn’t necessarily provide. That’s where we come in.

To apply a digital signature that both proves it’s you who signed and shows that the document hasn’t been tampered with, you need a digital certificate. This certificate is backed with PKI, using encryption to ensure those aforementioned points are met. Now, many people are familiar with basic electronic document signing which is commonly used for quick approval signatures. Then there are PKI-based digital signatures that provide stronger security and meet many legal and regulatory requirements. Secure digital signatures are commonly used for signing legal documents and other critical paperwork including purchase orders, legal internal documents, invoices, NDAs, etc.

GMO Sign has arrived, for all signatures and signees

GMO Sign makes it easy for users to apply electronic signatures, digital signatures, and manage their documents. With the unveiling of this new solution, GlobalSign becomes one of the few CAs in the world offering a cloud-based document workflow solution backed by the power of PKI, eliminating the need for local token management and all the headaches that come with it. GMO Sign is a frictionless signing solution offering all o the benefits of document management and PKI-based signatures, at an extremely affordable price.

Whether you are bulk signing to rapidly digitize your company’s documents or you need a document signing workflow for secure signing in your HR onboarding process, GMO Sign delivers.

What’s different about GMO Sign?

Whether your company needs basic signatures, advanced signatures, or even both, GMO Sign gives you the option without requiring you to build or integrate with any other providers. GMO Sign meets your signature and document workflow needs, to allow you to focus on your objectives at hand.

Meets signature compliance standards

  • GMO Sign supports various types of signatures – electronic signatures, AATL digital signatures, and eIDAS-compliant advanced electronic signatures – from a single user interface

Thoughtfully designed document management system for companies

  • Store and organize signed documents with contract management tools
  • Create your own document approval process workflow, and limit access to approved user groups

Simplicity in operations, satisfies multiple use cases, and low barrier to entry

  • With a robust set of features and an affordable price point, which is independent of number of users in the company, GMO Sign is an ideal document signing software for companies looking to expediate their digital transformation on a budget

Your secure signing journey starts (and ends) with GlobalSign

If you are looking to update your document digitization workflow, we’re ready to lend a helping hand. Contact GlobalSign now to enquire about how you can utilize GMO Sign to meet your document signing objectives.

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